wild garlic, field garlic, crow garlic
- Allium vineale is a perennial plant that originates from a bulb. Plants range from 11-35 in. (30-90 cm) in height.
- Leaves are tubular, hollow, slender, and have a waxy appearance.
- In May to June plants produce purple, tubular flowers that are less than 0.25 in. (5 mm) long.
- The flowers are eventually replaced by bulblets, either completely or partially.
- Ecological Threat
- Allium vineale is native to Europe and thrives in fields, meadows, waste grounds and other disturbed areas.
- CDFA, Division of Plant Industry, Exclusion and Detection Manual
- University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
- Flora of North America, www.eFloras.org
- The Ohio State University
- USDA NRCS PLANTS
- USDA ARS GRIN
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